Swimming Pool Removal

Residential – Filling in Your Swimming Pool

The pool costs a lot of money and takes a lot of time to maintain. You need to buy chemicals, ensure it is adequately cleaned and treated, and make provision for covering it in the winter. You also need to factor in the cost of heating the pool, no one likes to jump into freezing cold water, even in the hottest summer.


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So, when you have had enough of using your pool, what can you do?

If you have decided reduce maintenance in your life, sell your home or just want to have more lawn space you may consider filling in the pool. An unused pool does nothing to attract buyers, especially if it has not been used for some time and will need a good deal of maintenance to bring it back into service.  Filling in a pool is not a complicated matter, but it will take machinery and know how. If you have no experience in construction, it is best to hire Hohne Pools.


Hohne Pools will access grades, break-up and lower the pool structure into the ground, then cover the top of the pool with soil. In many cases the earth required is already on site reducing the cost. What is the cost to fill in a pool? Call Hohne today for a free estimate regarding how much it costs to fill in a pool.

Hohne Pools can provide you with an estimate to the cost of filling and this will give you a good idea of how much money you will need to spend.

There will be a lot of heavy machinery on your property during the process, so be prepared for that, and remove any obstacles or safeguard any precious plants or garden ornaments in advance of the work starting. Once the pool is emptied, the concrete lining will be removed with industrial machinery. Then the pool will be filled with the requisite material and soil will be added on top. We will be sure to pack the earth so it will not settle and will have appropriate drainage. When finished it’ll look as if there had never been a pool there in the first place.